PhD, MIT, 1967MS, Kansas State University, 1961BS, Kansas State University, 1960
Larry Foulke retired in February of 2006 after a career with Westinghouse Energy Systems and the Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory. Foulke’s areas of interest are education and training, nuclear energy policy, space and time dependent reactor kinetics, and space nuclear power.
L. R. Foulke, M. K. Chyu, and L. Shuman, “A New Nuclear Educational Program at the University of Pittsburgh,” ANS Conference on Nuclear Training and Education CONTE 07, Jacksonville, FL, Feb. 2007.L. R. Foulke, “European Nuclear Conference 2005 Concluding Remarks,” Nuclear Plant Journal, Vol 24, No. 1, (January – February, 2006)L. R. Foulke, “Diversity in nuclear—Issues, initiatives, and improvements,” Nuclear News, (August 2005)L. R. Foulke, H. Sterling Burnett, “Dispelling the Myths about Nuclear Power,” National Center for Policy Analysis, http://www.ncpa.org/pub/ba/ba508/, (March 2005)L. R. Foulke, H. Sterling Burnett, “Burning Bright: Nuclear Energy’s Future,” National Center for Policy Analysis, http://www.ncpa.org/pub/ba/ba511/ (March 2005)L. R. Foulke, “The status and future of nuclear power in the United States,” Nuclear News, (February 2003)